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AlliedSignal Changes To Honeywell

With the completion of the merger between AlliedSignal, Inc. and Honeywell, Inc., on Dec. 1, 1999 - AlliedSignal is now known as Honeywell. As a result, Honeywell Performance Fibers is the new name of the company's industrial fiber and fiber technology business headquartered in Colonial Heights, Va. The company also operates sites in Longlaville, France; Seoul, Korea; and Kaiping, China.


Rogowski Named General Manager at Honeywell

Colonial Heights, Va. Based Honeywell has named Gregory S. Rogowski as general manager of its Performance business. Rogowski will succeed David Knowles who was promoted to vice president and general manager of the newly formed Honeywell Performance Products. Rogowski was most recently general manager of the Americas for Honeywell Performance Fibers.


New GM at Burger Boat Company

Burger Boat Company announced that Bill Bitner has joined the Burger Executive Team as the new Vice-President/General Manager. Bitner has previously held positions as Allied Signal-Honeywell Aerospace Division and most recently, from Rolls-Royce Aerospace where he served as Vice President/General Manager for the last five years. Bitner holds an MBA in Global Management, Lean Manufacturing Certification and an Executive MBA Certification.


Improved Safety for U.S. Inland Barges

Photo: Honeywell

Honeywell reported that operating companies of all sizes within the United States inland barge market are turning to Honeywell’s Tanksystem portable level gauging and sampling technology to optimize custody transfer measurements and improve safety and environmental protection on both newly built barges and retrofit vessels. More than 4,000 tugboats and 27,000 barges move over 800 million tons of raw materials and finished goods each year along more than 25


SIA to Honor Honeywell's Gordon Hope

Gordon Hope: Photo SIA

The Security Industry Association (SIA) says it has chosen Gordon Hope, general manager of Honeywell's AlarmNet communications network, as the 2014 recipient of the George R. Lippert Memorial Award. Hope, who celebrates 25 years with Honeywell this year, joined the company in 1989 when it was Ademco. He began in marketing, with responsibilities including the control panel family. Over time, he added responsibilities, ultimately becoming director of marketing and then vice president of


Honeywell Global's Satellite Terminals for Asset Tracking

TAM-442

  Honeywell unveils the TAM-442 satellite terminal for asset tracking and monitoring. This battery-powered terminal from Honeywell Global Tracking, a division of Honeywell Scanning and Mobility, is rugged, versatile and ideally suited for tracking a wide range of mobile and fixed assets, including trucks, vehicles, containers, rail cars and other heavy equipment. The new terminal offers a number of features, including Over-The-Air (OTA) configuration


Galley Design Company Looks to Future on Internet

A. R. Larsen Company, Inc. of Redmond, Wash., has recently gone online to take its products and services around the globe. A leading provider of marine food service equipment, custom products, installation services and galley design, A.R. Larsen is looking to expand its international market. Since 1985, the company has been involved in all aspects of new and renovated galleys for the marine industry - from commercial ships, fishing vessels, factory trawlers


Crowley Ships Unique Equipment for Smithsonian

Crowley Liner Services is in the process of transporting one 20-ft. flatbed and one 20-ft. container of unique satellite equipment from Houston, Texas to Panama as part of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute's Jason Project, a research and learning series on rainforests. The cargo departed Houston by ship on Jan. 2 and is expected to arrive in Panama January 9. Crowley was chosen for the job by Total Export of Florida Inc. and Leblanc Enterprises, Ltd


Newport News Shipbuilding Opens S.C. Office

Aiken office opening: Photo courtesy of HII

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) announce that its Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) division has opened a field office in Aiken, S.C., as part of its continuing efforts to expand the company's business in the Department of Energy and commercial energy markets. NNS leadership joined community leaders to officially open the office with a ribbon-cutting event (see photo). HII explain that the Aiken office will provide a location from which NNS will manage jobs currently under contract in


Roozendaal to head MacGregor Business Area

Michel van Roozendaal

  Michel van Roozendaal (M.Sc. Aerospace Engineering; MBA INSEAD, Fontainebleau; b. 1963) has been appointed President of the MacGregor business area. He will be a member of Cargotec's Executive Board and report to President and CEO Mika Vehviläinen. Michel van Roozendaal joins from Ingersoll-Rand where he has been heading the Thermo King Global Marine, Rail and Bus businesses. Prior to this he has held global general management roles with companies such as United Technologies


Enhancing Maritime Security in the Dominican Republic

Photo:  International Maritime Organization (IMO)

 A table-top exercise on maritime security has been held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, (1-2 December) to assist the country to effectively implement provisions that fall within the scope of  International Maritime Organization (IMO)  maritime security measures


Maritime Surveillance on Agenda in Mozambique

Photo:  International Maritime Organization (IMO)

 A project to provide a single display maritime surveillance system for Mozambique has been commissioned and handed over to the country’s Government in Maputo (1 December).    The International Maritime Organization (IMO) -supported project is set to boost maritime


ICC, DRD Team Up to Shed Light on Arbitration

ICC Global Headquarters Photo ICC

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has announced it has entered into a cooperation agreement with Dispute Resolution Data (DRD) – a research service for international commercial arbitration and mediation. Under the terms of the agreement


Industry to Prevent Shipping of Counterfeit Goods

Brand owners and representatives from the international shipping industry have joined forces in signing an historic declaration of intent aimed at preventing the maritime transport of counterfeit goods. Leaders from global shipping firms, freight forwarders


Frontline Sees Limited Effect on Demand From 'Balanced' OPEC Cut

* Crude oil tanker firm Frontline says a potential "balanced cut and cap from OPEC", as suggested by some analysts, is not expected to have a large impact on the tanker market * Says significant volume cuts by OPEC, although unlikely, would be negative for tanker freight demand


Partners to Build LNG Dual-fuel Bunker Ship for Singapore

Harley Marine International Holdings Pte. Ltd. said it has signed an MoU with Pavilion Gas Pte. Ltd, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL), and Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (Mitsui) to build the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) dual-fueled bunker tanker for Singapore.  


Innovation for Sustainable Transport

Photo: International Maritime Organization (IMO)

 A UN conference has highlighted the importance of technology and innovation in ensuring sustainable transport for all.    International Maritime Organization (IMO)  was present at the UN’s first ever Global Sustainable Transport Conference, held in Ashgabat


ICTSI Opens Georgia-Ukraine Feeder Service

Photo:  ICTSI

 Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) made its first port call in Batumi International Container Terminal (BICT) in Batumi, Georgia, marking the launch of Gioia-Ukraine & Georgia feeder service, says International Container Terminal Services, Inc.(ICTSI).  


GE Showcases Innovative and Efficient Solutions for International Workboat Show

Photo: GE

GE’s Marine Solutions will be present at the International WorkBoat Show, showcasing maritime technologies including: EPA III/Tier 4 Marine Diesel Engine New global emissions standards reduce emissions by more than 70 percent. Engine technology had to advance to meet the new standard


Brunswick Launches Aluminum RHIB Line

8.5-meter aluminum RHIB

At the first day of the International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans, La., Brunswick Commercial & Government Products (BCGP) introduced an 8.5-meter aluminum RHIB.   A first of its kind for the Company, the 850 Aluminum Impact RHIB is the introductory model from a line-up that features


Next Geosolutions Boosts Middle East Presence

Ennio Lucidi Next Geosolutions’ Middle East general manager Photo Next Geosolutions

Next Geosolutions is set to increase its international credentials in the Arabian Gulf, with a seven figure investment. The independent geoscience and engineering service provider has launched a new multi purpose-built operational facility in the Hamriyah Free Zone of Sharjah (UAE)


France Worried by Russian Warships off Crimea Coast, Urges Restraint

France called for restraint between Russia and Ukraine after warships from Moscow's Black Sea Fleet took up position off Crimea's western coastline in response to the start of Ukrainian missile tests nearby. "France is concerned about the deployment of Russian warships off Crimea's


Carnival Princess to Pay Record $40 mln for Polluting the Seas

Carnival Corp's Princess Cruise Lines will plead guilty to seven felony charges for polluting the seas and deliberate acts to cover it up, and pay a record $40 million criminal penalty, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday. The charges against Carnival's Santa Clarita


DNV GL Assists John Laing in Horath Onshore Wind Farm

Photo: DNV GL

 DNV GL, the world largest resource of independent energy experts, has assisted John Laing, a leading international originator, investor and manager of infrastructure projects, in its investment in the onshore wind farm Horath Wind Farm in Germany.   


Russian Ship Runs Aground in Istanbul

Bad weather forced a Russian ship to run aground in Istanbul on Friday and the crew was awaiting rescue, Turkey's Dogan news agency reported. The ship ran aground near Istanbul's Kartal district, on the Asian side of the city and on the coast of the Sea of Marmara, Dogan reported






 
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